Learn how the Affordable Healthcare Act, and whether or not you have insurance, will impact the way you do taxes this year.
The Wolf administration says it will interpret last year’s consent agreement between Highmark and UPMC in a broader way than its predecessor.
Pittsburgh has once again shown the size of its heart.
If Lethia Everette were your relative, you might find her predicament hard to believe, let alone accept. She needs a double lung transplant. Right now.
A local man who is quadriplegic can’t use his bathroom because of health insurance red tape — and he’s not alone.
Jan. 1 starts a new relationship between Highmark’s insurance customers and UPMC, and it’s sometimes hard to sort out what it all means.
The cost of being uninsured in America is going up significantly next year for millions of people.
Most Highmark subscribers will soon lose low-cost access to UPMC in a consent agreement Highmark agreed to.
Two young boys were on the way to what most likely would have been an awful life but now thanks to one Pittsburgh Police detective they have a new home.
Detective Jack Mook, who is a bachelor, joined the KDKA Morning News with larry Richert and John shumway to talk about adopting 11 year-old Jesse and 15 year-old Josh, how they changed his life, and the difficulties he had along the way.
With almost a year under its belt, has the Affordable Care Act impact as many people as it originally set out to?
Dr. Paul Ruggieri released his new book, “The Cost of Cutting: A Surgeon Reveals the Truth Behind a Multibillion-Dollar Industry” this week where he exposes the hidden truths behind why surgery is so expensive.
In the wrong hands your insurance card is worth a fortune. It’s actually the largest target of identity thieves who want it to obtain free health care.
Mayor Bill Peduto proudly announced Tuesday that Pittsburgh was selected as one of only eight cities in the country to receive funding to reduce the number of uninsured children.
Highmark Inc., the state’s largest insurance company, is changing chief executive officers for the second time in less than two years.
Kim Francis, of Squirrel Hill, was surprised when she and her parents, Judy and Mike Sparlin, were invited to hear the president and vice president speak at CCAC on Wednesday. But that was just the start.